Seversky P-35 / 2PA / A8V1 / AT-12

Fighter

Seversky P-35 USAAC 36-404 National Museum of the US Air Force © Karsten Palt
Photo ©: Karsten Palt
The Seversky P-35 is a single-engine single-seat fighter aircraft produced by the US-American manufacturer Seversky Aircraft Company (became later the Republic Aviation Corporation). 2PA, A8V1 and AT-12 Guardsman are two-seat variants of the P-35.
The Seversky P-35 was the US Army Air Corps with all-metall fighter aircraft with retractable landing gear and enclosed cockpit. The Seversky 2PA is a two-seat fighter and fighter-bomber variant. 20 2PA-B3 were operated by the Imperial Japanese Navy und the designation A8V-1. The AT-12 Guardsman is a trainer aircraft variant based on the 2PA.
Crew1
Propulsion1 Radial Engine
Engine ModelPratt & Whitney R-1830-45 Twin Wasp
Engine Power794 kW1065 hp
max. Cruise Speed419 km/h226 kts
  260 mph
Speed467 km/h252 kts
  290 mph
Service Ceiling9.571 m31.400 ft
Rate of climb585 m/min1920 ft/min
Range1.528 km825 NM
949 mi.
Empty Weight2.075 kg4.575 lbs
max. Takeoff Weight3.050 kg6.724 lbs
Wing Span10,97 m35 ft 12 in
Wing Area20,4 m²220 ft²
Length8,18 m26 ft 10 in
Height2,97 m9 ft 9 in
First Flight15.08.1935
Production Statusout of production
Total Production196
Developed fromSeversky SEV-3
Data for (Version)Seversky P-35A
VariantsP-35, 2PA, A8V1, AT-12

[Photo-ID: 6047] © Karsten Palt 2012-06-12
Seversky 2PA / AT-12 Guardman, , NX55539, c/n 483-38,© Karsten Palt, 2012Seversky
2PA / AT-12 Guardman
Reg.: NX55539
c/n: 483-38
 
ex USAAF 41-17529, flyable
Planes of Fame Aircraft Museum [Chino, CA]
[Photo-ID: 6046] © Karsten Palt 2012-06-12
Seversky 2PA / AT-12 Guardman, , NX55539, c/n 483-38,© Karsten Palt, 2012Seversky
2PA / AT-12 Guardman
Reg.: NX55539
c/n: 483-38
 
ex USAAF 41-17529, flyable
Planes of Fame Aircraft Museum [Chino, CA]
[Photo-ID: 5497] © Karsten Palt 2012-01-11
Seversky P-35, United States Army Air Corps (USAAC) , 36-404, c/n ,© Karsten Palt, 2012Seversky
P-35
United States Army Air Corps (USAAC)
Reg.: 36-404
 
National Museum of the United States Air Force [Dayton, Ohio / USA (Wright-Patterson AFB)]